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saying that obama could be coming back because of the storm. the fact of the matter is that before hurricane sandy started, obama was trailing mitt romney. in gallop and rasmussen, virtually all of the major polling, because he had lost the first debate, not recovered in the second and gotten a little bit better in the third. and nobody could tell the impact of sandy. 15% of the voters made up their minds in the last 72 hours. and they cited sandy as number one. >> it wasn't just sandy. when the numbers finally came in for obama, he just cleaned romney's clock. i mean, he did. unfortunately for you guys, it was a really bad beating in the end. it wasn't really close, wasn't a nail biter, a surprise obama ran a much better campaign. you can't honestly blame a storm and say, that's what led to obama winning. >> no. >> obama was going to win -- >> i tend to believe that cnn's polling was accurate, wouldn't you? >> i think all the polls should be taken with a large pinch of salt. i really do, i think that nate silver was the guy -- >> he doesn't work for cnn. >> he doesn't. but we had
the republicans are going to lose both houses. '08 i predicted an obama win -- >> you're making this sound well like you've been one of the world's great pundits. but i have -- >> and in 2010 i was the only person that said the republicans would pick up 60 to 80 seats. >> but dick, as you know, you've also dropped some other clangors. and we have a little roll call here. let's watch this. >> i believe the republicans will win 60 to 80 seats in the house, and i personally believe it could go higher. i think they're going to definitely win nine seats in the senate. and there are two that may fall, giving us the majority. >> there's going to be a government shutdown just like in '95 and '96. but we're going to win it this time. >> ohio is overrated. he can win and will win. pennsylvania, wisconsin and a very good shot in minnesota. that's a little iffy. and he'll never even have to think twice about ohio. but he's going to win ohio. >> so are you going to sue me? i said that he was going to win 60 to 80 seats in the house. we did. nobody else said that. and i said we're going to win nine seats --
commission on mental health, more recent commissions, they all point to the same problem. obama is going for the same thing. we can't talk about gun safety without talking about our broken mental health problem. i have said this before on your program, it's getting the system to identify them. this is a guy that is obsessed, the report you're getting, obsessed. >> i think i would also add that there are many countries around the world, including my own britain, where there's lots of mental health issues, but wows the ready availability of firearms, we don't get the shooting committee of people with mental problems. thank you for joining me. i appreciate it. >> you're welcome. >> dr. william begg was in the emergency room on that day, fighting a losing battle to save the children of sandy hook. since then, he haas been speaking out passionately about stopping gun violence. thank you for joining me. >> i appreciate the opportunity. my heart goes out to the families who lost the 20 children, 6 teachers at sandy hook. >> i totally echo that. i watched your testimony the other day. it was pro
of all the 35 proposals, president obama has put forward which ones would you actually agree with in terms of introducing more gun safety in america? >> before i will get to that question. i want to get to the points you were raising. that is not me. you look at the national academy of science in 46. they looked at all of the academic studies that had been done. you look at the studies funded by the clinton administration. they could not find evidence. >> let me give you some. >> you said what you said let me answer you. in 1996, as you know there was a her ren does mass shooting in us trail industrial australia. do you know how many shootings there have been since then? >> it depends on how you define them. do you know how many there have been since they brought in the ban? >> okay. do you now how many there have been in new zealand? >> you are going to say it is zero. >> how many have there been. >> i just said. >> how many have there been since 1996? >> you are going to let me talk for a second. >> answer the question. >> i have said. >> a couple of times i said the way yo
, is i'm -- i don't want to put words in your mouth. but of all the 35 proposals president obama has put forward, which ones would you actually agree with in terms of introducing more gun safety in america? >> before i get to that question, which i will get to. i want to go and deal with the points that you were just raising. and that was, it is not me. you look at the national academy of sciences in 2004, they looked at -- they looked at all the academic studies that have been done. and they could not find any evidence that the types of bans that you're talking about have reduced any type of violent crime. you look at the studies funded by the clinton administration. they could not find any evidence that those types of bans -- >> let me give you some, let me give you some. let me give you some, mr. lott, you just said what you said, let me answer you. in 1996, as you know there was a horrible mass shooting in australia, 35 people killed. they brought in extensive gun control and bans in australia, in the ten-year period leading up to that there were 18 mass shootings in australia, do yo
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